Isn’t separate inherently unequal?

By Fareed Zakaria Thursday, November 26, 2015 The recent controversies on American campuses such as Yale and the University of Missouri have been sad to watch. They reveal a country of chasms, in which ethnic and racial groups see, experience and speak of the world so differently. I find it difficult to comment confidently on … Continue reading

The Thin-Envelope Crisis

America’s universities are rejecting the wrong kids—and undermining the idea of merit By Fareed Zakaria It’s time for the fat and thin ­envelopes—the month when colleges across the U.S. send out admission and rejection notices to well over a million high school seniors. For all the problems with its elementary and secondary schools, American higher … Continue reading